DIY Anthro Inspired Bubbly Glasses
For all of my friends that adore Anthropologie as much as I do, but can’t bear to pay the price when you can do it yourself for so much less… As you may or may not know, there are no words for how much I love, love, love Anthropologie. I could go into that store and just sit for hours, soaking it all in. Something about being in that store makes me feel…. I guess you could say… exquisite, but that’s not quite it… exquisitely comfortable? Yes… that’s more like it. If permitted to, I imagine that I could just live in the wonderland that is Anthropologie. Unfortunately, my finances and I can’t quite come to terms on my love for all things Anthro. This leads me to figure out creative ways to re-create the Anthropologie feel for a fraction of the price. And….. to share the ways of Anthro DIY with you, so that you can feel exquisitely comfortable every day! A couple of days ago, I was on the Anthropologie website (for reference…. another great place to drool over their eclectic mix of amazing products).. Anyway… I saw these adorable little glasses and fell in love. What I didn’t fall in love with was the $58 price tag. I set out on a mission to re-create the Champagne Bubbles Glasses for only $8 and in 2 incredibly easy steps. In my world, you don’t need an excuse to use adorable gilded glasses, but I can see where these would be fantastic for dinner parties… or lunch parties…. or for mimosas at brunch. You get my drift… you don’t need an excuse.. These gorgeous little glasses are cheaper than buying a couple of packs of solo cups, so drink classy, my friends!  I hope you enjoy this Anthropologie DIY project as much as I did!

DIY Anthropologie Glasses Step 1

Step 1: The first step to making these lovely glasses (and by far, the most difficult step) is to find just plain clear drinking glasses in a shape that you like. I found these glasses at my local TJ Max for $4.99 per set of 4 glasses. I used an oil based glass pen so ensure the paint wouldn’t come off when washing them. The brand I used was Loew-Cornell, which I found at Michael’s for $2.99.

Step 2 in creating DIY Anthropologie Glasses
Step 2:The second, and last step in creating these beauties is to simply create dots of varying sizes with your paint pen. There is no right or wrong way to do this… just get creative and place them wherever you feel they belong! After you finish making your dots, just allow them to sit for 24 hours before washing them. A note on washing these… even though you can supposedly wash these in the dishwasher, I would still wash them by hand as a precaution. That’s it! You’ve created these gorgeous glasses for a mere $8. Pat yourself on the back and enjoy!!!

Finished Anthropologie Inspired Glasses

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